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Open 12:00 hours January 05, 2013 until 23:59 hours, March 31, 2013 to commercial fishing for Euphausiids, by plankton trawl gear, in the following Subareas: 1. Knight Inlet: Subareas 12-28 to 12-34 - quota 75 tonnes. 2. Bute Inlet: Subareas 13-18 to 13-22 - quota 55 tonnes. 3. Homfray-Lewis-Pryce Channels: Subarea 15-5 - 40 tonnes. 4. Toba Inlet: Subarea 15-6 - quota 20 tonnes. 5. Jervis Inlet: Subareas 16-11 to 16-15 - 85 tonnes. Variation Order No. 2013 - 03. Note: Closures will be implemented before March 31, 2013 as quotas are achieved. Refer to 2013/2017 Euphausiid Integrated Fishery Management Plan and the 2013/2017 Commercial Harvest Plan, for the detailed fishing plan, closed area descriptions, and contact numbers for further information. Positional information is to be recorded in the validation and harvest logbook prior to or as the net is set by condition of licence. Fishers are advised that the industry funded hail and dockside validation program initiated in 1997 will be in effect for the 2013 season, the details of this program are described in the commercial fishing plan. Please be advised that licensing service delivery changes start to come into effect as of January 1st 2013. For the period of Jan 1 2013 to Mar 31 2013, normal licensing services, along with licence renewal applications are available upon request from a Pacific Fishery Licence Unit. In addition, a phased roll-out will allow select clients access to online licensing services. On April 1 2013 , counter services are scheduled to close, and licence renewal will proceed only via the online services as described on our web page: http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/sdc-cps/index-eng.htm. Prior to licence issuance, licence eligibility holders must ensure that: (1) Any conditions of the previous year's licence are met, (e.g. completion, submission, and approval of any logbooks and fish slips). A Nil Report is required for licences that were not fished. (2) The vessel designated is eligible for a salmon, schedule II species, geoduck, sablefish, halibut crab, shrimp trawl, groundfish trawl, or prawn and shrimp by trap commercial licence, or one that has been designated to fish a category N or eligible category F licence for the current year. (3) Not Fishing: Licence eligibility holders who do not intend to fish (including licences renewed after the end of the licence year), may submit an application without a designated vessel. Other than the receipt, no licence documents will be released. (4) The designated vessel meets the MVL requirements of the licence eligibility. (5) A maximum of one Euphausiid licence may be designated to a vessel. (6) Any Ministerial conditions placed on the licence eligibility have been met. (7) Service bureau arrangements have been made with the Krill Trawlers Association recommended service provider, D & D Pacific Fisheries Ltd. - Tel: (604) 886-4819. Application may be submitted in person, by facsimile, or by mail to a Pacific Fishery Licence Unit until March 31st 2013. From April 1st 2013, licence renewal will be online only. FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING LICENCES: Contact a Pacific Fishery Licence Unit: Vancouver 200-401 Burrard Street Vancouver, BC V6C 3S4 Tel: (604)666-0566 Nanaimo 60 Front Street Nanaimo, BC V9R 5H7 Tel: (250)754-0400 Prince Rupert 417-2nd Avenue West, Room 112 Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1G8 Tel:(250)627-3413 FOR MORE INFORMATION: David Fogtmann (250) 339-3799 Laurie Convey (250) 756-7233
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